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About Lost City Arts

Established in 1982 by owner James Elkind, Lost City Arts is recognized as a leading source of 20th century design and fine arts. The gallery specializes in collections of post-war American craft furniture with an emphasis on works by Harry Bertoia.

Lost City Arts

1stDibs seller since 2005

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20th Century Specialists

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Featured Pieces

Orrefors Signed Crystal Eagle Sculpture by Olle Alberius, Sweden 1980s
By Olle Alberius
Located in New York, NY
A gifted former ceramic designer for Rörstrand pottery, Olle Alberius came to Orrefors in 1971, and is known for utilizing numerous techniques, including Ariel, Ravenna, and graal, t...
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Vintage 1980s Swedish Animal Sculptures

Materials

Crystal

Angelo Mangiarotti Black Marquina Marble "Eros" Side Table for Skipper, Italy
By Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in New York, NY
A brilliant almost magical design which appears to defy gravity.
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Marble

George Nakashima Fine Walnut & Rosewood Conoid Dining Room Table, USA 1965
Located in New York, NY
Inspired by the completion of the Conoid Studio in 1959 this dining table is one of the most desirable models that Nakashima produced. A pleasing somewhat irregular shape that define...
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Vintage 1960s North American American Craftsman Dining Room Tables

Materials

Rosewood, Walnut

Ico Parisi Round Marble-Top Table with Three Brass Footed Legs, Italy 1950s
By Ico Parisi
Located in New York, NY
A rare and elegant table by Ico Parisi. The structure of the table is composed of a single truncated solid wood element which splits at the base into three long feet finished with fl...
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Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

Materials

Marble

Italian High Back Bench/Settee by Lost City Arts
Located in New York, NY
Based on a vintage Italian piece the distinctive quality being the shallow depth which allows use in small spaces but maintains its presence due to the high back.
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21st Century and Contemporary American Settees

Materials

Wood, Fabric

George Nakashima Black Walnut Room Divider, USA, 1962
Located in New York, NY
A rare early piece acquired from the original owner.
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Vintage 1960s Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Walnut

Vases by Svend Hammershoi for Herman A. Kahler Keramik, Denmark, 1930s
By Svend Hammershøi
Located in New York, NY
Earthenware vase with black and white glaze and incised HAK marking on bottom.
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Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware

Backlit Perforated Metal and Brass Wall Mirror, France, 1950s
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in New York, NY
A well-proportioned wall mirror in the style of Matégot.
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Wall Mirrors

Materials

Brass

Angelo Lelli "Mirage" Chrome Flush Ceiling Light for Arredoluce, Italy, 1960s
By Angelo Lelii
Located in New York, NY
A classic midcentury design by one of the great lighting designers. Acquired from the leftover inventory of the owner of a lighting store in the 1960s.
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Flush Mount

Materials

Chrome, Steel

Carlo Nason Interlocking Opalescent Glass Mazzega Sconces, Italy, 1970s
By Carlo Nason
Located in New York, NY
A stunning pair of interlocking opalescent glass sconces by Carlo Nason for Mazzega, Italy.
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Glass

Midcentury Style Four-Seat Sofa by Lost City Arts
By Lost City Arts
Located in New York, NY
Lost City Arts custom manufactured four-seat sofa. Solid maple frame. Available at standard 96", 18 Yards C.O.M. Custom sizing possible.
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21st Century and Contemporary American Mid-Century Modern Sofas

Materials

Upholstery, Maple

Italian Style Settee by Lost City Arts
By Cesare Lacca
Located in New York, NY
A distinctly Italian design both seductive and comfortable.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Settees

Materials

Fabric, Wood

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